Kylie suffers with a terminal illness called Mitochondria Disease. Mito Disease keeps Kylie from proper cell regeneration resulting in several health issues and degeneration of organs and tissue.
Kylie Postel is fighting daily against Mitochondrial Disease. The mitochondria in your cells create the energy to assist your cells in duplicating. If your cells do not regenerate organs begin to fail, your immune system cannot fight back, your glands stop producing the needed hormones and your body fails. With this comes organ failure and infections. Kylie has spent her life in and out of hospitals. As she ages, the costs continue to grow. Insurance does help with much of the cost but there are additional procedures, medicines, and supplements that are not covered by insurance. The cost for the family to her specialists and to the hospitals continues to be an enormous burden. Your donation would assist Kylie’s family with additional medical needs, co-pays, lodging, and food during her long hospital stays. Any amount would be greatly appreciated and a huge blessing. This campaign is ongoing.
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